• Before we left town. We bought a futon from an Indian dude who lived in Allentown. We have since named the futon “Gaeton” and we consider throwing it away almost every day since we left Miami Beach.
  • We worked with Bob the Builder in his shop off the 5 freeway by Bethlehem Steel. There was also a dude named Eddie in the shop that took a liking to Virginie and loaned her his sweater. He was making a cereal mold for Special K. It didn’t look like cereal mold to us.
  • On our last day in Buffalo, we visited Silo City and said goodbye to a beautiful beast — “Champ.” The greatest moment was when Champ tried to run away and Jim ran after him, cursing at him.
  • We had a few nights of sold out shows at Torn Space Theater for Rhapsody, and loaded out the equipment late Sunday, November 27th.
  • We picked up Julian around 7:00am on Monday, November 28th. Sade was playing in the cassette player.
  • We picked up Liz around 5pm that same day. She gave us an air plant we named Spidey. She is temporarily staying with her parents in a beautiful suburb of DC with hills and trees.
  • We got to Durham around 11pm and met Ginger at her house. We weren’t planning on staying there, but we decided to get some rest for the next day’s drive. Kyle had drank about three 5-hour energies at this point. Julian slept on the air mattress, Liz slept on a bed, and Kyle and Virginie spent the night in the bus for the first time.
  • The next morning (Tuesday November 29th), we visited a nursery in Carrborro and bought a sage plant, a lavendar plant, a peony flower, and a hanging-type plant for Bussy.
  • We stopped at a border crossing by the Florida border. The place was called San Pedro. It was a very-brightly colored rest stop with many buildings and an RV park. We took a lot of group photos there.
  • After, we went to Savannah for some barbeque and then made our way down the 95 toward Miami.
  • We stopped at a rest stop and cranked up the generator (“Genny”) for the first time. Liz and Ginger slept on Gaeton and Julian slept on the floor. We were surrounded by big rig trucks with their motors cranking away.
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